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Protein transfer and organelle biogenesis

edited by Rathindra C. Das, Phillips W. Robbins.

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Published by Academic Press in San Diego .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cell metabolism.,
  • Cell organelles -- Formation.,
  • Proteins -- Physiological transport.,
  • Protein biosynthesis.,
  • Cells -- metabolism.,
  • Proteins -- metabolism.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    ContributionsDas, Rathindra C., Robbins, Phillips Wesley, 1930-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH634.5 .P76 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 851 p. :
    Number of Pages851
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2390265M
    ISBN 100122034600
    LC Control Number87019554

    About MyAccess. If your institution subscribes to this resource, and you don't have a MyAccess Profile, please contact your library's reference desk for information on how to gain access to this resource from off-campus. The organelles of endosymbiotic origin, plastids, and mitochondria, evolved through the serial acquisition of endosymbionts by a host cell. These events were accompanied by gene transfer from the symbionts to the host, resulting in most of the organellar proteins being encoded in the cell nuclear genome and trafficked into the organelle via a series of translocation by: 6.

    In cell biology, an organelle is a specialized subunit within a cell that has a specific function. Organelles are either separately enclosed within their own lipid bilayers (also called membrane-bound organelles) or are spatially distinct functional units without a surrounding lipid bilayer (non-membrane bound organelles).. The name organelle comes from the idea that these MeSH: D   The gene products of these genomes work in concert with those of the nuclear genome to ensure proper organelle metabolism and biogenesis. This book explores the forces that have shaped the evolution of organelle genomes and Brand: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

    Organelle Biology. Research funded in the area of organelle biology investigates the dysregulation of organelle biology in driving or supporting the cancer phenotype. Key research areas include: Dysregulated organelle biogenesis and function (e.g., mitochondria, endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi, lysosomes, lipid droplets, peroxisomes, endosomes, cilia). B. Migration and Transfer From Melanocyte to Developing Tissue. The transfer of melanosomes from melanocytes to keratinocytes is the only known example of organelle movement between cells. Many efforts have been made to elucidate the pathway of this movement between epidermal melanocytes and keratinocytes in skin, feathers, or by: 6.


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Description Protein Transfer and Organelle Biogenesis is a seven-section volume focusing on the property of proteins to carry signals for secretion, mitochondrial assembly, and lysosomal localizations.

It describes how these signals function and determines other factors necessary in building and maintaining the functions of a Edition: 1. Protein Transfer and Organelle Biogenesis is a seven-section volume focusing on the property of proteins to carry signals for secretion, mitochondrial assembly, and lysosomal localizations.

It describes how these signals function and determines other factors necessary in building and maintaining the functions of a cell. Protein transfer and organelle biogenesis. San Diego: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Protein transfer and organelle biogenesis.

San Diego: Academic Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rathindra C Das; Phillips Wesley Robbins. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Das, Rathindra C. Protein Transfer and Organelle Biogenesis.

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The Biogenesis of Cellular Organelles represents a comprehensive summary of recent advances in the study of the biogenesis and functional dynamics of the major organelles operating in the eukaryotic cell. This book begins by placing the study of organelle biogenesis in a historical perspective by describing past scientific strategies, theories, and findings and relating these Manufacturer: Springer.

The delocalised proteins included vacuolar hydrolases, V-ATPase subunits, transporters and enzymes for membrane biogenesis, as well as proteins required for protein transport. However, the amount of DNA in such organelles can encode only a very small number of the many proteins required.

5 In practice, the study of organelle biogenesis includes the mechanisms by which proteins and lipids, newly synthesized elsewhere in the cell, are delivered to organelles and the process by which organelles are divided between daughter cells during Cited by: 3.

The ER is the largest organelle in the cell and it is a continuous structure; most proteins and lipids that are destined for intercellular compartments are synthesized on the ER membrane [8,9,10]. The ER consists of various structural domains, each of which is associated with a specific function and response to changes in the intracellular by: 3.

Organelle biogenesis is the biogenesis, or creation, of cellular organelles in cells. Organelle biogenesis includes the process by which cellular organelles are split between daughter cells during mitosis; this process is called organelle inheritance.

The Role of Proteins and Lipids in Organelle Biogenesis in the Secretory Pathway. Membrane compartments in the secretory pathway retain their identity in spite of continuous membrane and protein flux through each compartment. A challenge in cell biology is to discover how compartment identity is established and maintained.

The Biogenesis of Cellular Organelles represents a comprehensive summary of recent advances in the study of the biogenesis and functional dynamics of the major organelles operating in the eukaryotic cell.

This book begins by placing the study of organelle biogenesis in a historical perspective by describing past scientific strategies, theories, and findings and relating these.

The 13 contributions written by leading researchers in the field include topics such as: mitochondrial genome evolution and mtDNA stability, mitochondrial biogenesis and protein quality control, mitochondrial morphology, assembly and function of the mitochondrial energy generation apparatus and mitochondrial metabolic pathways.

Autophagy mediates the degradation of damaged proteins, organelles and pathogens, and plays a key role in health and disease. Thus, the identification of new mechanisms involved in the regulation of autophagy is of major by: 7.

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tmp9ED7. Uploaded by. The next chapters focus on the structure and function of the mitochondria of higher plant cells, biogenesis in yeast, carbon pathways, and energy transfer function. The book also considers the chloroplast, the endoplasmic reticulum, the Golgi bodies, and the microtubules.

We identify new organelles associated with the vacuolar system in plant cells. These organelles are defined biochemically by their internal content of three integral membrane proteins: a chimeric reporter protein that moves there directly from the ER; a specific tonoplast intrinsic protein; and a novel receptor-like RING-H2 protein that traffics through the Golgi by:   The Toc complex in the pea consists of three major components, Toc75, Toc34 and Toc (formerly termed Toc86).

Toc, which is an integral membrane GTPase, functions as a transit-sequence receptor. Here we show that Arabidopsis thaliana Toc (atToc) is essential for the biogenesis of by:   The next chapters focus on the structure and function of the mitochondria of higher plant cells, biogenesis in yeast, carbon pathways, and energy transfer function.

The book also considers the chloroplast, the endoplasmic reticulum, the Golgi bodies, and the Edition: 1. CONCEPT: MEMBRANE ENCLOSED ORGANELLES Eukaryotic Cellular Components Function Organelle (membrane bound) Not an Organelle 1 Nucleolus Ribosome biogenesis 2 Nucleus Stores the genome; DNA/RNA synthesis 3 Ribosome Translation of mRNA/Protein creation 4 Vesicle Transportation within the cell 5 Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum Coated with ribosomes for protein File Size: 6MB.

The complete sequence of the Arabidopsis thaliana genome revealed thousands of previously unsuspected genes, many of which cannot be ascribed even putative functions. One of the largest and most enigmatic gene families discovered in this way is characterized by tandem arrays of pentatricopeptide repeats (PPRs).

We describe a detailed bioinformatic analysis of Cited by:   The discrepancy between the number of genes that organelles encode and the number of eubacterial proteins that they contain is generally explained by something that we have come to know as “endosymbiotic gene transfer.” During evolution, organelles export their genes to the nucleus, but reimport the products with the help of transit.organelle moves within the cell in the punctate state or as a reticular unit to provide foci of energy production such as at the nucleus during cell division, or to synapses in neuronal cells at times of high information transfer.

This movement is along microtubules in one direction and along actin filaments in the other.